The Women's Self Defense Workshops are specialized workshops that aim to introduce women to an array of subjects that concern their personal safety, from sexual assaults to potentially abusive partners.
Based on the concepts and principles of American Kenpo Karate and other martial art styles, Mr. Gomez offers personal self defense instruction that is efficient and practical against violence on the streets today.
The tactical self defense training workshops are available for individuals looking to get into law enforcement, existing law enforcement or security personel and is similar to what you'll experience at your recruit academy.
Iprovide Personal & Public Security Services offering both Armed & Unarmed services. I can also provide discreet, professional personal protective services to corporate executives, special guests and celebrities for public or private events.
MG Empowerment is a private entity inspired by Mr. Maurice A. Gomez Sr. who is a 4th degree black belt in the Ed Parker’s American Kenpo Karate System with over 25 years of various Martial Arts experience. Mr. Gomez was the former Use of Force & Tactical Instructor for the Los Angeles Police Department from 2013-2018. Currently, Mr. Gomez provides advice and instruction for the LAPD as a member of their advisory counsel board. Mr. Gomez has also provided instruction for many other law enforcement agencies such as the Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Bell Gardens and the City of Bell Police Department. Mr. Gomez has been offering specialized workshops & seminars for over 10 years. His women's self defense workshops in particular have experienced rapid growth in both popularity and demand due to his in-depth knowledge and expertise. Mr. Gomez has been featured on NBC, Univision and the Los Angeles Times. His work has also been recognized by the California State Senate, 32nd District for his passion and dedication to Women's Safety. His seminars and workshops are really informative and taught in such a dynamic way.
“On behalf of my sister and I, thank you so much for putting this workshop together. We definitely learned a lot; there are so many differences between weapons, for example. I have only attended one self-defense class (when I worked for County of Riverside as a social worker) and it did not entail all these details. We truly look forward to another workshop in the future. We are thinking of bringing our other sister as well as our mother. I definitely recommend it to everyone else out there who didn’t have a chance to join today. I don’t recall a time when my younger sister and I ever had a chance to roughhouse the way we did today. LOL Definitely a “sister date” to remember. We had so much fun! Thank you for sharing your knowledge and passion with us.. Most importantly, for sharing your WHY.” – Linda Ramona